People come to therapy for many
Life is messy and throws us off course. We experience pain, stress and anxiety for many reasons - life events, work issues, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, or feelings of low self-esteem that makes you feel stuck or unfulfilled. We may feel adrift, struggling to find meaning in the world and where we fit into it. Confronting and solving problems can be a painful process which many of us avoid. This avoidance can result in greater pain and the inability to flourish both mentally and spiritually.
In therapy we work together to identify and change thought and behaviour patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best. Therapy not only helps you solve the problems you bring but gives you new skills to better cope with challenges that may arise in the future.
How therapy can help?
Psychotherapy offers a confidential, safe and non-judgemental opportunity to explore past and present difficulties you may have in your life. It is a process of self-discovery and change that can aid us in unlocking painful feelings and unhelpful ways of thinking and being. It helps us shrug off behaviours that no longer serve us, promoting greater self-awareness to enable us to integrate better ones. Our struggles then relax the hold they have over us and we can experience more peace and fulfilment.